ConsumerMeds.com redirects to accessrx.com. AccessRx claims to provide FDA-approved name brand medications from the United States. This company also warns about purchasing generic medications from foreign countries, as they are not as closely regulated as the United States and are generally unsafe. To order from AccessRx, a prescription is required. There are two ways to make this happen; AccessRx accepts prescriptions from your physician, and they also provide a free service that connects the customer with a physician capable of reviewing the patient’s medical questions and determining if they qualify for a prescription.
After an order is placed, a U.S. Licensed physician will review the information that the customer provided and either approve or decline the request. If any additional forms are needed, the customer will be contacted. If the prescription is approved, it will be sent to the state-licensed pharmacy and shipped via UPS or USPS.
There are no additional fees for utilizing one of their pharmacists or for accessing their program, and all orders are confirmed via phone. AccessRx ships the day after the order is processed, or if it is processed before 3:00 Mountain time, it is shipped same day, as long as all of the correct forms are filled out and sent in. Shipping options include overnight, 2 day, and priority (3-5 days).
To contact the company, they provide working hours along with a toll free phone number and physical business address in Arizona. There is also a “Contact Us” form available to fill out on the contact page.
Interestingly enough while trying to view their page on the Better Business Bureau site linked directly from AccessRx, it shows up as a business called Secure Medical with the same address as AccessRx. It is worth noting that there are now three names associated with one website.
Consumermeds.com Reviews 2015
There are no customer reviews for Consumermeds.com, however, there are a few old reviews found for accessrx.com on the internet.
ScamAdviser says AccessRx and ConsumerMeds have a low trust rating and may not be safe to buy from.
AccessRx links TrustPilot directly from their website and there are two complaints filed with the Better Business Bureau.
There are coupons available through a third-party website retailmenot.com/view/accessrx.com.
Although this company may not have the lowest prices, it is based in the United States and the medications are approved by the FDA. It is a bit curious as to why there are three different names associated with the same website (consumermeds.com redirects to accessrx.com. AccessRx links their rating on the Better Business Bureau under a company of a different name). One reason may be that they are trying to escape a negative reputation under a certain name.
There are quite a few good reviews but it may be hard to trust a company that gives out doctor visits over a video chatting session. The company seems pretty legitimate as far as not being a scam, but at the higher prices and claims with the BBB, it may be worth seeking out a different option. Overall, this company gets rated 2 out of 5 stars.